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very nice work. Are you going into the sump with the turbo drain? That sure simplifies things.
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Looking Great...

Are you planning to make a support bracket for the turbo ?
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very nice work. Are you going into the sump with the turbo drain? That sure simplifies things.
I put a 965 3.3 scavenging pump, it's the same thing with a 993 engine. But I'm obliged to put a restrictor of oil of 2mm maxi, otherwise the pump of origin will be too small, because it is planned for the flow of oil of K27.
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Are you planning to make a support bracket for the turbo ?
I thought for a long time about this solution and finally I am going to make a muffler which will make both. This muffler will be directly fixed to the crossbar of the engine with a big fixation.
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Yoda, what a great project

This will be a quick engine

Nice craftmanship on the parts
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An engine of 993 atmospheric with compression ratios of 11.1 and a turbo with a wide exploitation, that is going to be a very fast, lively and reactive engine. But the purpose is to favor the reliability.
So, 6 psi of maxi boost with the intercooler we have to arrive at 7.5 psi got out of it from turbo, to obtain a PR of 1.5/1.6 with 40/44 lb / min approximately.
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Now I come back, with the fusebox, relay, fusibles.......
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Hello Yoda, what fuses and relay for pumps with running you do go to install? On my RUF I hesitate to put relays for pumps in fuel more recent because normally more reliable (those for example of 965/993 TT) and also to put a fuse by pump.

I am anxious to congratulate you on your very well-kept work. ;-)
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Hello Yoda, what fuses and relay for pumps with running you do go to install? On my RUF I hesitate to put relays for pumps in fuel more recent because normally more reliable (those for example of 965/993 TT) and also to put a fuse by pump.

I am anxious to congratulate you on your very well-kept work. ;-)

For me, there is no difference between an old fuse or a new fuse. it's the same for relays, as it is only a copper contactor. But if you want, you can try a diagram like that. This is the simplest, which results in no modification of the original fuse box.









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Thank you Yoda, your Ruf TurboR was great beautiful!
Does your photo represent a relay gas pump of 993TT? On my relays I have only 5 brooches, there I see 6. Thank you very much for your electric plan. A relay of 965 would maybe be better adapted because it has 5 brooches as on 930 but the electric plan will not be the same.

Thank you. ;-)
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